Preston, June 25, 1913.
The monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary Society was held this afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Wirsching, and sixteen members were present.
The meeting was opened with responsive reading and prayer.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted. The roll was then called.
A letter was read from Mary E. Sandford, acknowledging the receipt of Ten Dollars paid in for Life Membership of Rev. Kuder.
A letter was received from the Anglican Church Society sending greetings, and wishing this Society all success in its work.
A motion was made by Mrs. C. Clare, seconded by Mrs. Helwig then carried, that this Society send our greetings and thank
the members for their kind wishes.
A motion was made by Miss Ewald, seconded by Mrs. Schlueter, then carried, that the meetings be discontinued during July and August on account of the hot weather.
An invitation from Mrs. Schoenau to meet at her home in September was gladly accepted.
On motion by Mrs. C. Clare, seconded by Mrs. R. Schultz then carried, a hearty vote of thanks was tendered Mrs. Wirsching for the use of her home.
A non-denominational missionary Miss Hairin who has worked and taught in Northern India for fourteen years, then gave a most interesting, instructive and inspiring address on women's work in India.
A motion was made by Miss L. Martin, seconded by Mrs. C. Clare, then carried, that a hearty vote of thanks be tendered Miss Hairin for her address, and a collection amounting to $4.70 was taken up to help Miss Hairin in
her work. Rev. Lucas then closed the meeting with prayer.